Flower, PSN

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Flower, PSN

Post#1 » Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:13 pm

summary.. Is a beautiful game. nice graphics, nice music.
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Theres about 6-7 different flower pots on main screen, which you select and their levels. some start pretty and when you finish you just like sprout a giant tree to life. Others are dark and as you go it colors in the world and takes the creepyness out.

gameplay.. Basically your the wind, you start with one flower pedal seeking out more flower pedals from flowers, kinda like pollenating them. i.e..Theres areas of dead grass, get all the flowers in the dead grass, it comes to life.

controls.. you can hit any button to make the wind go faster, depress the button you goto a creep. This is one of the best games on ps3 to use the six axis controls, which is the only way you can play. Basically you want to go up, you have to tilt the controller back, go down tilt it forward. go left, tilt it to your left, so on..

The game is fairly easy, although finding the 'secret' flowers isn't. Sometimes it hard to tell where to go in some levels, but you figure it out after awhile. Its a very relaxing game, probably the most relaxing ive played.
Supports PSN trophys, No online feature, single player. cost 5-15 bucks depending if sony is having a 'sale'.
10/10

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